We are seeing a little bit of a cooler morning thanks to mostly clear skies to start the day on the Western Slope. This morning lows are mostly in the 40s, but Delta is seeing a much warmer start in the lower 60s compared to the rest of the region. Partly cloudy skies will be moving in for the later parts of the morning hours, and these cloudier skies will last for the rest of the day. Cool northerly winds will keep our highs below average and mostly in the 60s this afternoon. Delta and Moab will be slightly warmer with highs in the lower 70s. The most of the Western Slope will be dry today, but there will be a 10% chance for a pop up shower over the Divide this afternoon. Tomorrow will be mostly the same story close to the Colorado/Utah border, but it will be a different story near the Divide. An upper level trough will develop over the Divide for tomorrow causing widespread scattered afternoon thunderstorms and rain showers over the higher elevations. We will see some chances for scattered showers over higher elevations further westward, but it will only be around a 10-20% chance over the Grand Mesa. An upper level ridge will move in later this week causing highs to quickly warm up to the 90s for the lower valleys by Thursday and Friday. Sorry there’s no video today. We are experiencing some technical issues with our recording software this morning.